North Wales Criminal Defense
Aggressive Criminal Defense Lawyers Advocate on Behalf of Clients Facing Criminal Charges in PA
When you or a loved one are arrested for a crime, it can seem like the entire world is against you. Facing criminal charges can seem like a very isolating experience, and it can be hard to know where to turn for help and advice on how to deal with your charges. The criminal justice process moves very quickly, which is why you need experienced legal representation on your side to help ensure that your rights are protected and that you do not lose out on critical opportunities to achieve a favorable resolution to your charges.
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For over 65 years, the attorneys of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford have worked tirelessly to serve the legal needs of our clients in North Wales and throughout Pennsylvania, including defending the rights and freedoms of our clients who are facing criminal charges. We recognize the long-lasting consequences that a criminal conviction can have on one’s life. That is why we work tirelessly to help our clients obtain the best possible outcomes in their criminal cases so that they can put their charges behind them and work towards getting back to their families and their regular lives as soon as possible.
Contact us today to schedule an initial case review with one of our knowledgeable North Wales criminal defense lawyers to discuss your legal rights and options for facing your charges and to learn more about how having a criminal defense attorney in your corner can make the difference in your case.
Types of Criminal Charges Our Attorneys Can Help You With
If you or a loved one have been placed under arrest or believe you may be under criminal investigation, the criminal defense attorneys at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford can help. We have extensive experience representing clients facing all types of criminal charges, including:
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- Drug crimes, including possession, possession with intent to deliver, and trafficking
- Sex crimes, including sexual assault, child pornography offenses, and online solicitation
- DUI/DWI, including if you have previously been convicted of DWI/DUI offenses
- Assault and battery
- Homicide offenses
- Theft crimes
- Internet crimes, including fraud and identity theft
- White-collar crimes including embezzlement, money laundering, or insurance fraud
Our attorneys can represent you both in state criminal court as well as against federal criminal charges.
Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford Will Fight to Defend Your Rights and Freedom against Criminal Charges
When you are facing the resources of the criminal justice system, you need experienced, aggressive criminal defense lawyers who will fight back to defend your rights and interests. By choosing the North Wales criminal defense lawyers at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, you can expect that our attorneys will leave no stone unturned in challenging the prosecution’s case and fighting to get you the best possible outcome to your criminal charges. Our legal team will pursue multiple defense strategies, including:
- Testing the admissibility of the prosecution’s evidence, including challenging the legality of warrantless searches or the validity of search warrants
- Challenging the scientific reliability of evidence and pointing out breaks in the chain of custody of evidence
- Moving to reduce or dismiss charges for lack of sufficient evidence for a prima facie case
- Asserting legal defenses to your charges, such as self-defense, mistake of fact, or consent
Our attorneys will aggressively pursue having the severity of your charges reduced or even having your charges outright dismissed. Where we cannot secure a dismissal or acquittal of your charges, we can help you pursue more favorable outcomes, including negotiating plea agreements that will allow you to get back to your family and your normal life as quickly as possible.
Contact Our Firm Today for a Free Consultation to Learn More about How Our North Wales Criminal Defense Lawyer Can Help in Your Case
If you or a loved one have been charged with a crime or are facing the possibility of criminal prosecution in North Wales, it is critical that you move quickly to protect your rights and freedom. Schedule a free, confidential case review with a North Wales criminal defense attorney from Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford to discuss your legal rights and options for facing criminal charges and to learn more about how our firm may be able to help you secure a favorable outcome in your case.
About North Wales, PA
The borough of North Wales is a community located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, one of three historic communities that form the North Penn Valley region. Originally founded in the early 1700s by Welsh settlers, North Wales began to rapidly grow with the introduction of railroad lines into Philadelphia in the 1850s. The community of North Wales eventually outgrew its official boundaries, and today popularly includes many areas of nearby townships and unincorporated communities. In the present day North Wales remains a suburb of Philadelphia, but maintains its historic architecture and character through the North Wales Historic Preservation District.
Frequently Asked Questions about Criminal Defense in North Wales, PA
You should always speak to an experienced criminal defense attorney before making the decision to plead guilty. Even if you want to admit to your crime, a lawyer may be able to secure a more favorable sentence in exchange for your guilty plea. An attorney can also review your case and advise you as to potential legal defenses you may have, including challenging the admissibility of the state’s evidence or challenging the sufficiency of the evidence to prove one or more elements of your charged offense beyond a reasonable doubt.
After you are arrested and processed by law enforcement, you will be brought before a local trial judge or magistrate for a preliminary arraignment where the court will set bail, release you on your own recognizance, or continue to hold you in jail. Following the preliminary arraignment is the preliminary hearing, where the prosecutor will be required to present sufficient evidence to warrant continuing your prosecution. Finally, you will appear before the court for a formal arraignment, where your case is transferred to the appropriate level of court and you are provided with the formal list of charges against you and asked to enter pleas to each charge. At each stage, you are entitled to have legal representation.